Council is conducting a survey to help better understand the concerns, needs and communication preferences of our older residents (over 65 years of age) during the emergency and recovery phases of a disaster.
This survey is being undertaken in partnership with an RMIT student studying a Master of Disaster, Design and Development. The results will be used by the RMIT student to develop a community engagement framework around disaster recovery, which will eventually inform a Council recovery document and assist Council future planning for community disaster recovery, mitigation, preparations works and approaches.
The results of this survey will be published on our website after the closing date.
If you were also impacted generally by the 2022 Flood Event please consider also completing our Flood Recovery Survey available on this page.
This survey should only take 5 to 10 minutes – your feedback is appreciated.
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Council is collecting the information contained in this form to help us better understand the needs of older residents in the Moira Shire during the emergency and recovery phases of a disaster. Your responses will be used by an RMIT student to develop a community engagement framework and will be used by Council's Emergency Management and Flood Recovery teams to inform a Council recovery document and assist with future planning. The collective responses to the survey will be made available to the public, including on Council's website and may also be made available in Council Agenda and Minutes which are public documents and records.
Council may also disclose your information if required or authorised to do so by legislation.
Requests for access and/or correction to your personal information should be made to Council’s Privacy Officer. To view Council’s full privacy statement click here.